Patient Kau Kee fans wait in line for their beef brisket fix at lunchtime
After our jaunt around the Peak we headed back to Central and made our way to The Chairman for lunch.
It's near impossible to book for dinner without waiting a month in advance, so lunch is a better option.
Anyway we arrived very early and decided to wander around the area. Just above The Chairman is Gough Street and at the top of the stairs was a very long line -- for Kau Kee (九記牛腩) which is famous for its beef brisket noodles in clear soup and its own special blend of milk tea.
But a long line?
People waited patiently -- one middle-aged local man even brought a copy of the International New York Times to read.
I've tried the beef brisket noodles and the other signature dish, curry beef noodles. While they were good, I wouldn't line up for them, but perhaps there are people who have nothing else better to do on a Saturday for lunch...